The New York Post reported that Intuit stopped processing credit card payments — and even reversed some charges — on gun-related sales.
Campbell told the Post that he spoke to Intuit, who told Campbell that “it mistakenly believed firearm sales were being made directly to the customers, which it requires for such items.”
He said that Intuit didn’t care and said that if he was aware of the company’s policy that gun sales must be made face to face, he would not have used them.
As an American company, we respect the US Constitution and all the rights contained in it … For these transactions our bank partner requires them to be done face-to-face … Our policy today requires the customer to be present to swipe their credit card.
“To meet this requirement, our policy today requires the customer to be present to swipe their credit card.”